C&C for some landscape photos

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  1. Flanman

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    Lets hear what you think. Anything is helpful.

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    Pretty nice shots. Is this Marysville, WA? Looks PNW to me.
     
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    Love these pics..

    1) I would have used a polarizer to bring out more of the colors in the sky.. maybe a little less glare from the sun.. love the reflection from the water gives the photo an excellent affect..


    2) I would have personally like to have seen some kind of blur affect.. either foreground background or both out of focus

    3) my fav. I love the Silhouette you created with the trees.. its fine the way it is..

    4) I would have messed with the white balance a little.. looks a little faded..

    again i love all of these photos all done very well..
    Joe
     
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    Number 1 has some flare. There is a piece of purple on the right part of the photo in the dark part of the lake.

    The last one looks like the horizon is slightly crooked. Though it could be because I only have on one shoe. Just check it to make sure, cause on such a flat surface it has to be PERFECT.
     
  5. Flanman

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    I live in Marysville,WA.

    #1 was taken at a rest stop in Idaho.
    #2 was taken at the Casper, WY state museum.
    #3 was taken at the continental divide coming through Montana.
    #4 was taken in Westport,WA.
     
  6. Sherman Banks

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    Cool, I'm in Lynnwood but lived in Eastern Washington and Montana so the scenery all looks familiar to me. Westport is probably nice this time of year. Anyways, nice landscape work. I always like to see how people portray our back yard.
     
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    I really like the second one, the colors and contrast is really nice.
     

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